Monthly Archives: November 2012

Xbox World Claims Insider Details on Future Xbox Console

According to details supposedly leaked by Xbox World, the Xbox 720 (or whatever they are going to call it) will debut with a brand new version of Kinect, a Blu-ray drive and an A/V port for watching and recording broadcast TV. It makes sense that Microsoft would throw in a Blu-ray player as well as […]

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Android Dominates Smartphone Competition

Three years ago, in the third quarter of 2009, Google’s Android had only a 4% unit share of a smartphone market that was at the time a race between Blackberry’s RIM (19%), Apple’s iOS (17%), Nokia Symbian (38%) and not to mention Windows (8%) and a few stragglers who shared the remaining 14% of the […]

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Facebook Looks to Dethrone LinkedIn and Help Users Find Jobs

Facebook recently announced that it is launching an app to help users find jobs. The app will include 1.7 million job listings in areas including IT/Software Development, Science/Engineering/Research & Development and Security/Protective Services. Users will be able to search jobs databases by keywords and location. In addition to that, the app will include job listings […]

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Apple Files Lawsuit Against Motorola, Doesn’t Come Out on Top Like Suit Against Samsung

Apple may have won big over Samsung, but the same can’t be said about its recent patent suit against Motorola. A U.S. District Court judge in Wisconsin recently dismissed Apple’s patent case against Motorola Mobility, which is now a unit of Google. According to recent reports, Judge Barbara Crabb of the Western District of Wisconsin dismissed […]

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